Government websites don’t need to be hard to use. Good UX is becoming more and more available to agencies across government.
The repeal of net neutrality rules was officially and completely rolled back on June 11, 2018. What’s next? How can cities protect themselves?
A better way to acquire IT that more closely matches the speed of innovation has long been a priority for agency CIOs. The government is responding with new acquisition approaches.
In government, there is a huge push to consolidate data centers and move processes to the cloud. With automation, agencies can move workloads to the cloud quickly, while staying secure, and not requiring an increase in manual processes.
The government CIO is now responsible for a massive amount of internal business processes which have been fundamentally altered due to the infusion of technology.
In an online training, panelists explained how GIS can amplify an agency’s strategy for handling and preventing health emergencies with limited resources.
While initial Infrastructure-as-a-Service capabilities provided significant benefits, such as cost savings and improved security, there are still untapped advantages of cloud that agencies have not fully realized. One of those advantages gaining momentum is serverless computing.
Agencies at all levels are finding new ways to serve constituents using cloud services, whether it’s improving transportation or protecting the environment.
CIO Dorothy Aronson is collaborating with forward-thinking staff to introduce microprojects that allow the agency to test and scale new technologies and processes.
In a recent GovLoop online training, panelists explained how agencies can enhance security, data analytics and speed through the cloud.